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Employment, Equity and Growth (EEG)

Overview

This research programme seeks to understand why current economic growth models are failing middle and lower income households in many rich countries and what may be required for better, fairer growth. The programme is exploring what drives improvements in ordinary living standards across the rich countries of the OECD, the major challenges that have emerged over recent decades including rising inequality, and how these might be addressed. The programme's work is supporting the development of new public policy approaches to rising inequality and declining social mobility. The programme is a partnership between INET and the Department of Social Policy and Intervention https://www.spi.ox.ac.uk/research.html

Who's Involved?

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Facundo Alvaredo

Senior Research Fellow

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Eric Beinhocker

Executive Director, INET Oxford

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Erzsébet Bukodi

Senior Research Fellow

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Carl Benedikt Frey

Senior Research Fellow

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Andrea Geraci

Associate

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Tim Goedemé

Senior Research Officer

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Joe Hasell

Research Assistant

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Craig Holmes

Research Fellow

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John Muellbauer

Senior Research Fellow

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Brian Nolan

Director of Employment, Equity and Growth

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Sophie Ochmann

Research Assistant

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Tahnee Ooms

Doctoral Student

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Juan C. Palomino

Postdoctoral Research Officer

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Marii Paskov

British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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Matteo Richiardi

Associate

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Hannah Ritchie

Postdoctoral Research Officer

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Dennis Snower

Associate

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Stefan Thewissen

Associate

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Luis Valenzuela

Postdoctoral Research Officer

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Philippe Van Kerm

Senior Associate

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David Weisstanner

Postdoctoral Research Officer